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edwin251

Newbie
Joined
Jan 11, 2022
Messages
3
Is there any advice for my friend who is tired of rising rental properties. His rent for a 3000 sq ft house went from 1500.00 per month to 1,700.00 per month. He just bought a 2021 keystone 291ubh 30 ft travel trailer with bunk beds and intends for his wife, son who is 10 and daughter is 4 years old, one 11 year old dog and one 12 year old cat. The rv park is real nice with pool and rent will be appox 820.00 and he is planning on renting a 8x16 pod to store needed items near by and can store items they need in the pod. They will go to the pod often to get kids clothes etc. They home school the kids. Does this sound do able? I wonder if he has lost his mind or am I too stuck in the mud?? His family appears to be looking forward to it... Any opinions??
 

Russellvh

RVF Supporter
Joined
Nov 18, 2021
Messages
26
First thought. Some states limit how long you can “camp” in an RV Park.
Be sure to plan school “field trips”. Gonna be tight quarters but it can be done.
 

TheLooks

RVF Supporter
Joined
Jun 30, 2021
Messages
3
Location
Harrison, TN
RV Year
2010
RV Make
Jayco
RV Model
26 BH
RV Length
29 ft
Rents are going nuts here. My sister in law is going to take a 1 bdrm apartment for $1200/month plus utilities......It is more then our house payment. I would think the climate where he is doing this would have some bearing on it.
 
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